Take down your placard from the vicarage gate and put up one of my own in its place.
Dear, all this is weeks and weeks old; I suppose it has only just reached the vicarage.
My dear mother, why should I worry myself about the ‘vicarage troubles’?
She passed the vicarage with bent head, and never looked up.
As soon as he'd done painting Gunhild's cottage—two coats it was to have—he was going off to the vicarage to dig a well.
But when he reached the vicarage he was greeted with the news of her absence.
It was that day we had been having tea at the vicarage, when we met the man who wanted to set fire to some bishop or other.
At the vicarage gate she was let off without the customary final gossip.
Perhaps where it was left, on the table in the parlour of the vicarage.
As they passed a gap in the vicarage hedge, laughing and chatting.